(1828 - 1918)
Henry Still was active/lived in Kansas. Henry Still is known for history event sketches.
Biography Henry Still
Born London, England, Oct. 27, 1828 and died Leavenworth, Kansas, March 30, 1918, Henry Still was an artist. He immigrated to Rochester, New York in 1832 and was educated in the public schools of Rochester and Cleveland, Ohio.
He studied law and was admitted to practice in the courts of Ohio in 1850. By 1859, Still was living in Leavenworth and practicing law. According to a 1940 account by a grandson, Henry Still, who was then living in Tonganoxie, made the sketches of Quantrill's 1863 raid on Lawrence that were published in Harper's.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
Taft, Lorado. History of American Sculpture. New edition with supplemental chapter by Adeline Adams. New York: Macmillan Co, 1930..
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